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Greenville, Ohio Tutoring Programs

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Greenville District and Curriculum

Children in Greenville attend school in the Greenville City Schools. The district is committed to providing a top-notch education to all students. To achieve this goal, teachers provide classrooms that are safe and welcoming to all students. In this environment, children are able to learn and grow by engaging in learning opportunities that inspire curiosity and encourage students to expand their knowledge and skills. Students take part in a challenging curriculum that prepares them to meet the rigors of life and work in the 21st century.

We currently cover the following Greenville-area school district: Greenville City Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Greenville District Curriculum

Modeling is a critical component of the Greenville math curriculum that allows students to link mathematics with everyday life. Students learn various modeling techniques that allow them to solve problems in the economic, physical, and social realms. The use of real-life scenarios makes the acquisition of knowledge and skills much easier. Students learn how to estimate the amount of food and water they would need in an emergency situation.

The fine arts curriculum includes an in-depth study of music. After acquiring basic skills in elementary and middle school, high school students move on to advanced studies that include musical performance. To do so, students acquire a deep knowledge of musical notation, including terms, symbols, and vocabulary associated with producing music. Students must also demonstrate an ability to sight read. Students also identify elements of proper performance.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Greenville Educational News

  • Teachers Achieve Highly Qualified Status - As part of the district’s commitment to quality education, many teachers and staff members have taken measures to achieve highly qualified status. This status is gained by participating in ongoing professional development activities.
  • Career Tech Opens Pathways for Students - Students at Greenville Senior High School are able to participate in a host of career tech programs through the school’s Career-Tech Education Center. The focus of these programs is on 21st century skills, particularly as they pertain to technology.
  • Assistance Available for First Generation College Students - Students in Greenville who are the first among their family to attend college can find support and guidance at Bridges to College. This non-profit organization works with students to navigate the processes of applying to colleges and for financial aid.

Greenville Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Benefits of the Four-Day School Week

Thousands of districts in the U.S., mostly in the rural west, have adopted a four-day school week. Now, some suburban and urban districts are beginning to consider the idea as well. The shortened week does offer some significant benefits. First, districts can save a lot of money. Studies show that the shortened week saves school districts a lot of money, which comes from having lesser transportation needs and needs for substitute teachers. Second, student-athletes who have to travel for sporting events miss less school days. Particularly in rural areas where teams might have to travel several hours, missing school days is a serious issue. Lastly, having one day each week without students gives faculty and staff more time to develop programs, revise curricula, and take part in professional development programs.